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Retailers are the first to go to bed at midnight in the US this week, and with the election in sight, they are preparing to celebrate their annual holiday and a new year.
With most retailers closing at 8pm (AEST), we’re going to dive into the retail landscape and what we know about how it’s coming along.
The US election cycle is set to bring a new era of politics, consumerism and change.
That’s why it’s important to understand the challenges that are ahead of us, and how we can work with businesses to ensure that they can stay relevant and thrive.
To begin with, there’s still no clear consensus on what to expect from the next election.
Some analysts are predicting that a Trump victory would be a boon to the American economy, while others are more pessimistic.
But regardless of how you feel about the candidates, you can’t deny that there’s a huge change taking place, and it will be fascinating to watch.
There are still a number of issues that have to be addressed before a President Trump or a Hillary Clinton wins the White House.
Here’s what you need to know.
What are the most important issues to know about the US election?
We have a long way to go before the elections take place in November.
But there are many major issues to keep an eye on as they happen.
The election will be a major test of the US political system, and one of the biggest things that will have an impact on consumers is the economy.
This election is set up to be the most expensive in history, and a lot of consumers won’t be able to afford to spend any money on the campaign trail.
Consumer confidence has dropped over the past few months, and the unemployment rate is still rising.
Consumers aren’t as optimistic about their financial future as they used to be.
Some of these issues could push the unemployment and inflation rates higher.
The stock market has suffered, and is likely to see another round of losses as a result.
If this continues, it could be a recipe for another financial crisis.
In the US, a recession means people are spending less, and that means they’re less likely to save for their retirement.
The Federal Reserve has started to weigh in on the situation, suggesting that a prolonged period of economic uncertainty could be dangerous for the economy and could lead to a financial crisis, inflation and a downgrade in the rating of the country’s credit rating.
If the economy is struggling, there is little doubt that consumers will be more cautious about spending.
The number of consumers choosing to shop online has also been on the decline.
People aren’t shopping as much as they did a few years ago, and some analysts are suggesting that people will shop less.
The price of food is also expected to fall.
There’s also a large number of workers that have been laid off in recent months.
If you’re a part of the workforce that has been affected, you’ll be concerned about how you’ll pay for your groceries.
Some companies are also starting to cut jobs and lay off staff.
The unemployment rate in the United States has risen to 6.7% from 6.1% in December, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics.
A lot of the issues that are affecting consumers are the result of global economic uncertainty, such as the Brexit vote and Donald Trump’s election.
There is still uncertainty around the UK’s departure from the EU, as well as the European Commission’s decision to cut funding for certain EU programmes.
The impact of the UK election on consumer spending has been less obvious, but that will likely come to a head in the coming weeks.
Consumer spending has dropped in the UK since the referendum, but there’s no clear reason for that.
Consumers are spending more to do so.
The Bank of England has been predicting that consumer spending will rise for a while.
This will likely be partly offset by a drop in the cost of living.
There has been a significant fall in the value of the pound since the Brexit referendum, and this has had an impact both on imports and exports.
The drop in sterling has also affected some imports from the United Kingdom, particularly food and beverages.
The Bank of Japan has said that there is a possibility of deflationary pressures in the economy, with inflation reaching 2% by the end of the year.
A 2% inflation rate is quite low.
It is unlikely that the inflation rate will exceed 3%.
The Bank has warned that deflation could lead the economy to slide into recession.
If there is any deflationary pressure in the market, that could lead some people to lose money.
The UK’s currency is the GBP, which is being held against the US dollar.
The dollar is up against the euro, and up against other currencies, which include the Japanese yen, the Russian ruble and the Australian dollar.
The currency wars are also heating up.
The US Federal Reserve is considering hiking interest rates to boost the economy in order to boost inflation.
The European Central Bank has raised interest rates for the